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Mini Memory Upgrade question


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Excuse the dumb question, but....

What am I looking for when I buy a 1G memory stick for my Mini?

What exact specifications?

Is it NOTEBOOK memory?

DESKTOP memory?

Help me out here, I don't want to buy the wrong stuff.

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You want 184-pin PC2700 DDR SDRAM

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I bought a stick of 1G Kingston RAM and a Maxtor One Touch II 300GIG external drive.

I used SuperDuper to clone my HD to the Firewire drive, and booted right into it.

I now boot to the Firewire HD.

The Dantz software would not work with Tiger, so I downloaded SuperDuper, and it worked great. Very easy to use.

The difference in speed is pretty amazing. I can now get REAL creative with Garage Band......
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